Be Active with the Goodness of MILO®

A BALANCED DIET IS AN ESSENTIAL PART OF A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE.

Did you know that a cup of MILO® contains nutritious ingredients to take you further? Prepared with care, it provides you with vitamins, minerals, and energy so you can stay active throughout the day. So, what is in MILO®?
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The Ingredients in MILO® Contributes to a Balanced Diet

malt
 

MALT BARLEY

Extracted from barley which acts as a good source of energy
 
Susu
 

MILK

Source of protein & calcium
 
Koko

COCOA

Gives the chocolate taste you like
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ACTIV-GO®

Special mix of PROTOMALT®, 6 vitamins & 3 minerals

NUTRIENT  FUNCTION
Protomalt® Malt extract from barley for energy
Vitamin B (B2,B3, B6 & B12) Provides efficient energy release from food
Calcium For strong bones & teeth
Iron & Vitamin B12 For red blood cell production
Vitamin C Enhances iron absorption
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Adults

Maximum 10 teaspoons***


Children

Maximum 8.5 teaspoons***

***As recommended by World Health Organisation (WHO) and Malaysian nutrition guidelines, based on 2000kcal (Adults) & 1700kcal (Children)

ADDED SUGARS VS NATURALLY OCCURRING SUGARS:
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?


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Added Sugars

Sugars added during food preparation or processing like table sugar (sucrose).

 
VS
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Naturally Occurring Sugars

Sugars naturally present in food such as lactose in milk and fructose in fresh fruits & vegetables.

Total sugars is the sum of added sugars and naturally occurring sugar in your food products.
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Fruits, veggies and dairy products contain sugar and bring along many beneficial nutrients, so you don’t have to cut sugar entirely from your diet. Just remember to consume these foods according to the Malaysian Food Pyramid.
 

Don’t Forget the Nutrients in Your Daily Diet!

 
Pair MILO® with a balanced diet, a habit of moderation and diverse menu options to obtain the nutrients for your body to stay energetic and healthy. There are two types of nutrients:
MACROnutrients

Needed in higher amounts to maintain a healthy body.
This includes:

• Carbohydrate
• Protein
• Fat
Why are they important?

• Provides Energy
• For Growth & Tissue Repair
• Main energy stored in our body
What if we do not get enough?

Compromised energy levels & growth
Sources of MACROnutrients
 
Carbs
Carbohydrate

Rice, cereals, bread
Protein
Protein

Meat, fish, milk
Fat
Fat

Butter, oil, margarine
MICROnutrients

Needed in smaller amounts.
This includes:

• Vitamins
• Minerals
Why are they important?

For overall physical well-being
What if we do not get enough?

May affect our general health
Sources of MICROnutrients
 
Vege and Fruit
Vitamins (e.g. B, C, D & etc) and Minerals (e.g. calcium, iron, zinc & etc)

From various food sources like fruits and vegetables.
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Fun Fact

Different food contains different nutrients. So try a variety of food, paired with the benefits of MILO® for the macronutrients and micronutrients that your body needs. Find out more about #QuarterQuarterHalf healthy servings here.

Start Your Day with Nutritious Breakfast Pairings!

 
A nutritious breakfast may help your child to stay focused and energized at school. Check out some of the breakfast pairings with MILO® that you can try:
Roti Bakar


Toast

Bubur Ayam


Chicken Porridge

Nasi Lemak


Nasi Lemak
 

FAQ

MILO® contains the wholesome goodness of malt barley, milk, cocoa and a unique combination of 6 vitamins & 3 minerals.

Yes, MILO® is a nutritious beverage made from malt barley, milk and cocoa. MILO® contains carbohydrates, protein, fat, 6 vitamins (Vitamin B2, B3, B6, B12, C & D) and 3 minerals (Calcium, Iron & Phosphorus). It meets all the criteria under Malaysia Ministry of Health’s regulation to be labelled as a nutritious beverage.

When consumed with a balanced meal, it can provide you the energy you need to take on your day.

The macronutrients in MILO® (carbohydrate, protein and fat) give you the energy, , while the micronutrients, which are the unique combination of 6 vitamins and 3 minerals help to release energy from the food you eat.

To get the perfect cup of MILO®, follow this recommended preparation:

5 teaspoons of MILO® powder (30g) + 200ml water = your MILO® is ready to be enjoyed!

5 teaspoon

 

200ml water

 

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The total sugars in 1 cup of MILO® (30g MILO® powder in 200ml water) is 6% of which half is from lactose (from milk) and maltose (from malt barley), and the other half (~1 teaspoon) is from sucrose (added sugar).

1 cup of MILO® (30g) gives you 124kcal which is 6% of your daily energy requirement*.
 

*Based on 2000kcal for adults

 

MILO® helps provide energy for you to take on your day. Consuming MILO®, and practicing #QuarterQuarterHalf in your meal, along with an active lifestyle will bring overall goodness to your daily life. To know more about #QuarterQuarterHalf, click here.

MILO® is not an energy drink, but the macronutrients such as carbohydrate, protein and fat in MILO provide the energy that your body needs. It also contains micronutrients made up of a unique combination of 6 vitamins and 3 minerals to support energy release.

MILO® has always been encouraging an active lifestyle and has advocated sports from the grassroots for 70 years. It is our belief that sport is a great teacher because it imparts life lessons and good values. Many of our national athletes began their sports careers through one of MILO®’s grassroots sports programmes. Now, through the MILO® Aktif Negaraku movement, MILO® is encouraging Malaysians to stay active and adopt a healthy lifestyle. This covers programmes such as MILO® Hidup Bola, MILO® Champions Clinic, MILO® Malaysia Breakfast Day and MILO Activ Jam Senam Aerobik. To stay active with MILO® Aktif Negaraku, click here.